What happens now after the PGA Tour rejects proposed ball rollback? | Golf Channel Podcast

In this Golf Channel Podcast with Rex & Lav, the guys break down the Tour’s regular-season finale and debate the next moves for the proposed ball rollback. #GolfChannel #GolfChannelPodcast #PGATour

• (0:00) Discussing what’s at stake for Justin Thomas in Greensboro
• (3:17) Lav’s BBQ itinerary for Memphis
• (8:29) Discussing FedEx Cup Playoff format
• (15:28) Jay Monahan’s memo on ball rollback and LIV Golf.
• (36:25) What’s on the grill?

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What happens now after the PGA Tour rejects proposed ball rollback? | Golf Channel Podcast


10 Replies to “What happens now after the PGA Tour rejects proposed ball rollback? | Golf Channel Podcast”

  1. mark hinde says:

    The new event schedule of the PGA will drive more players to LIV, Do you think that this is all part of the plan going forward for Both entities accepting PIF money ?

  2. What did Phil expect a going away party and gold watch?

  3. Pitted22 says:

    Didn’t even talk about the ball roll back much

  4. Rick C-117 says:

    Correction on Dustin Johnson – his tour resignation timing was classless, completely disrespectful to his longest standing sponsor RBC, two days before the RBC Canadian Open. He did not go about his business respectfully and quietly.

  5. D. crofter says:

    Most of these big name players have got too comfortable nowadays. If you are only looking to play 15 or 16 events per season then you really risk the chance you won't make the playoffs.

    This year has seen a massive shakeup as a lot of lesser names have got a big jumpstart on the established players and played their way in simply by giving themselves far more chances to have a good week or two. If you are simply playing the bigger events you better make sure your game is up to scratch and that hasn't been the case with JT or Adam Scott.

  6. The usga and rna will do what they were supposed to do before all the bias pressured them: an accross the board roll back.
    Most Even high level Amateurs will not even notice.

  7. MrPoepope says:

    LAV, it's called osmosis.

  8. DanielSong39 says:

    Hello internal OB
    Every other sport has the concept of boundaries, lines, and out of bounds
    Why not golf

  9. nebula3471 says:

    I agree with Lav. If you are going to roll back to ball, roll it back for every level. I'm a 10 handicap and would feel like I was using illegal equipment if Rory was playing a rolled back ball and I was still bombing a Pro V1 or a TP5.

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